Border Force have arrested 14 men in an operation in Blythburgh following reports last night that a group of people had been seen leaving a boat on the Suffolk coast.

Plans to build a new 72 home estate in Mistley have been rejected after an argument over a £807,000 contribution paid by the developer towards community facilities was left unresolved.

A man has been kicked in the head during an attack outside McDonald's in Stanway following an altercation with another customer.

The NHS has issued a stark warning to Suffolk residents to stay at home if they have Norovirus, as hospitals in the county are forced to close beds due to the bug.

As the sun rose this morning, much of Suffolk was soaked in a red glow giving those travelling to work some colourful views.

A woman in her 20s has been left shaken after she was followed by a man wearing a head-mounted flash light while walking through a nature reserve.

A school programme in Ipswich created by disabled children to show other pupils that Difference is Normal has been launched.

A historic pub, which once enjoyed a reputation as a prestigious jazz venue, is set to remain open despite redevelopment plans for flats and houses at the site.

A Suffolk woman is speaking out about her battle against one of the deadliest forms of cancer in a bid to highlight the need for research into the disease.

Plans to build a new housing estate behind a popular rural pub have been revealed.

The plot of land in Water Street, Lavenham, was used for gas works from 1872 to 1937 but buildings on the site have since been demolished.

A busy road in Ipswich have been closed following a serious crash between a car and a cyclist.

The Rt Rev Martin Seeley, Bishop of the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, was speaking after it emerged one of the victims of the attack, 25-year-old Jack Merritt, had worked at a Suffolk prison.

Things were starting to get festive at the weekend as a series of Christmas events took place.

Two men have been arrested in connection with a rape investigation after a woman was seriously sexually assaulted in Suffolk early today.

A car that was ditched by thieves has been found by a member of the public who managed to see through the makeshift camouflage used by the criminals.

Former Thomas Cook workers who were left without a job after the collapse of the tourism giant are set to staff a brand new travel shop in Sudbury.

Hundreds of protestors have filled Ipswich's Cornhill and town centre marching to demand women are safe on the streets after dark.

An election hustings involving health secretary Matt Hancock briefly descended into chaotic scenes.

A creative cabinet maker has diversified his skills and is now turning old railway carriages into bespoke modern spaces.

A three vehicle crash has blocked a busy road near Bury St Edmunds.

An air ambulance has been called to an incident on a major road in Ipswich.

A pair of cute leopard cubs who wowed the public at Colchester Zoo after their birth in September have now been named.

Pupils from across Suffolk have taken part in a climate strike in towns across the county in an attempt to engage the wider community.

An inquest is set to open into a former Suffolk school teacher jailed for abusing pupils who has died in prison.

An £807,000 contribution towards community facilities from a new housing estate in Mistley could be significantly reduced - after the developer threatened to walk away from the scheme.

Police patrols are being stepped up in Needham Market in reponse to concerns of drug dealing in the Suffolk town.

A man jailed for robbery has been arrested after spending seven weeks on the run when he absconded from a Suffolk prison.

A sculpture of 40,000 tiny terracotta figures by Sir Antony Gormley is on display in Colchester - with the Angel Of The North sculptor calling it a "call to conscience".

An Ipswich man could be jailed after he admitted stealing five rare James Bond books worth £3,750.

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